Venter, Al J
January 2001
Middle East;Jan2001, Issue 308, p4
Focuses on Iraqi president Saddam Hussein's alleged re-assembly of his nuclear weapons team to build Arab world's first atomic bomb. Documented proof of Hussein's continued attempts to build nuclear weapons; Nature and extent of Iraq's nuclear weapons program; Importation by Iraq of equipment needed for the atomic bomb program under the guise of agricultural or oil industry requirements. INSET: A Beginners' Guide to Building Nuclear Weapons.


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